Colours, shapes, textures, patterns, moments of street life – my camera seems to collect them all. Its idea, I think, is that they'll come in useful one day. 'Til then, they're just loose on the page.
The timbers of this beautifully made boat looked positively golden against the 'water' of the wet tarmac and stone
This massive impeller from a hydroelectric plant looks like a man-made nautillus, and...
...there's a suggestion of something armoured, articulated and also organic in the oxidation and pitting of these steel vanes
Washday on Nantucket:
An hour at the launderette is like television, but better
Erm, fixity and motion? Straight, solid lines and shadow circles? I don't know – I just saw it and took it as the cyclist pedalled by
Noo Yoik I:
Godzilla, King Kong, now the giant S invades the Big Apple. Actually, I just liked the lines and curves, which are echoed in...
Noo Yoik II:
...this second shot, also taken at the Manhattan terminal for the Staten Island ferry
Sitting without purpose:
This remarkable sculpture, made entirely from cardboard, is the work of James Lake, and shows the artist's father on the day that he returned home from his last day of work
Aluminium & rivets:
Taken while with Guy Black (see Features) and one of series of shots showing the detail and precision of the work carried out by his aircraft restoration company, Retrotec. The polished aluminium around the Hawker Fury's cockpit reflects the biplane's built-up wings, waiting in their racks to be fitted
Linen & stitching:
Part of Retrotec's Hawker Fury rebuild, though once again there's a thematic pairing, this time...
Timber & caulk:
...with the timbers of this wooden-hulled boat
A high vantage point and the reflections in this NYC high-risecombine order and confusion...
...while Barcelona's low-rise architecture offers a variation on the theme